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|Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: FUNDIDIO|
|Once again, video editing terminology.|
the term is "fundido".
In English (scripts) we use fade-out when the image gradually disappears and fade-in when an image gradually appears. When one image fades to give way to another, the script indication is "fade-out X, fade-in Y".
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|Thanks again, Parrot.|
Yes, afraid I tripped on the keyboard writing in the entry.
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The original word in spanish is "FUNDIDO".
I found this in ENCARTA ENGLISH WORLD DICTIONARY:
fade out vti
disappear gradually: to gradually make an image or sound fainter until it disappears, or become gradually fainter before disappearing.
Encarta English World Dictionary.
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